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in southern colorado compounded by the fact that fort logan we heard from someone from their earlier is scheduled to be at capacity in as little as ten years and it can take up to five years to build and establish and prepare for a new cemetery. colorado veterans have been organized for years to bring a national veterans' cemetery to this region and since i entered office three years ago twice i've introduced a bill with mr. selzer that would direct the secretary of the va to establish a national cemetery in el paso county for veterans of the southern colorado region and this bill passed the house in the last congress and we are optimistic about it passing the house this congress. also last year chairman paul and i had a field hearing in colorado springs to discuss cemetery issues including the potential inappropriateness of the 75-mile rule in a mounting state like colorado. your predecessor almost couldn't get there from denver from the airport where he flew in because there was bad weather and the polymer divide 7,000 feet he almost couldn't get to the hearing and that is what sep
into the health care discussion that we had in colorado over recess, finally if you look at thee biggest drivers of our future deficits what you see on thislide, here's our tax revenue line; you can see that's pretty fl@t over time, from 2008 to 2039. but the bigst drivers are interest o the debt that we're putting on the backs of our kids and our grandkids. and the spiraling costs, or, maybe a better word is skyrocketing costs, given the direction of this line of medicaid and medicare. the president talkedbout this last night. the biggest driver other than interest are rising medicare and medicaid costs. obviously the biggest driver of medicaid and medicare costs are riding health care costs so no neart what one thinks of health care reform discussion if you take seriously thedea we have to get ahold of our deficit, we have to get ahold of the national debt before it so constrains thehoices of our kids and grandchildren, that we do not provide them the kind of opportunity they should have we have to do something about the medicaid and medicare lines and that means health care reform. this shows
to be listening. >> i think people are listening but are not agreeing with him at this point. i was in colorado this week for several days and i was at a town hall meeting in wind sorry, croo colorado -- colorado -- windsor, colorado, where the congresswoman did not show up. what happened was for nearly two hours, her two staff people let the audience essentially vent about health care. there is tremendous confusion and you can't leave an event like that without believing that this health care system that we have is dysfunctional. we heard at that meeting examples from several different people about their experience with breast cancer. the way they were dealt with by insurance companies was completely different. people are afraid, as you say, but there's another level of this in terms of the opposition. as one of the women at this meeting said, don't say we're afraid -- we don't trust you. there is a lack of trust, at least with part of the population, and the situation the president has gotten himself in to on this now, there is anger on the left that he may abandon some of the elements they t
. was in colorado this wee for several ds and i was at a town hall meeting in wind sorry, co colorado -- colorado- windsor, colorado, where the congresswoman dinot showp. what happened s for nearly tw hours, her two staff pple let the audience eentially vent aboutealth care. theris tremendous confusion anyou can't leave an event like that without believing that this health careystem that we have is dysfunctional. we heard at that meeti examples fm several different people about tir experience with breast ccer. the way they were dealt with by insurance companies was mpletely different. people are afrai as you say, but there's anher level of th in terms of the oppositn. as one of the women at this meeting said, don't say we're afraid -- we don't trust you. there is lack of trust, at let with part of the population, and the situatn e president has gotn himlf in to on ts now, there is anr on the left that heay abandon some of the ements they think are critil, particularly thiidea of a publ option for hlth care. he is losing indepennts, generally, whi were critical tois election victory and to the suc
does the gentleman from colorado rise? >> i ask permission to address the house for one minute and to revise and extend. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. mr. polis: thank you, madam speaker. small businesses are the backbone of our country providing the job creation engine that we need to lift us out of this recession, and yet today small businesses across our country are at a disadvantage to their larger corporate competitor because of the higher cost of providing health care for their employees because of smaller risk pools and smaller purchasing power. by creating public exchanges which this health bill proposes as well as preventing price discrimination based on pre-existing conditions, we give small businesses access to low-cost options to provide health care benefits to their employees, increasing the competitiveness of american companies to helping lift us out of this recession. by helping small businesses succeed at what they do best, focusing on their businesses, on innovation, on job growth and helping to make them more competitive by reducing the cost of t
of the national cemetery in denver colorado. it is an honor to work cemeteries in the network in my opinion. that is at least until recently when some of the caretaker work was contracted out. i started out at fort lincoln as a cemetery caretaker maintaining cemetery grounds and turning headstones and helping the crew. i currently work as a cemetery representative. the last donner we still on the veterans and their families is to give them a decent fare well continues with perpetual care of the resting place. the weather could be filled with such dignity and dedication without the cemetery caretakers. almost all of whom are veterans themselves. caretaker's take great pride in their job keeping the cemetery up to national status but their jobs are not just about meticulously maintaining the ground. oftentimes, the cemetery caretaker is the first person the family talks to when they are looking for a loved one's gravesite or have questions about the national cemetery. there are family members who visit their loved ones great almost every day. they are increasing. the caretakers get to know so
more about this. >> well, obviously, what seems to have happened was that the colorado man and his father were being followed and they were not yet ready to pull the plug on the investigation. it seems as if they were trying to connect all of the dots with his associates, his affiliates to feed the scope of the investigation. somewhere along the way, whether it was the new york police department, some people say an informant, the colorado suspect flew from colorado to new york. actually drove from colorado to new york and he was in the midst of doing things, which they were observing and somebody let him know that he was being observed. it was the new york police department or an informant for the new york police department. he got on a plane and immediately flew back to colorado. so the ability to see the scope of this potential terrorist cell was cut off in midstream. and i think that's what you are seeing now. they weren't able to charge them with terrorist acts but making misstatements to the federal government. and i think it is an attempt to put people on the highest state of
suspect, zazi. they believe that is him there in colorado at a beauty supply store. his shopping list included nail polish remover and hydrogen peroxide. the prosecutors say he plotted to attack new york on september 11th. just one of four terror plots uncovered this week. investigators have stopped plots inia dallas, spring feed, new york citynd the -- springfield, new york city and the latest at quantico marine bates in virginia. david lee miller has the latest. >> reporter: a zazi, making another trip to new york and this time cuffed and accompanied by federal agents. he was indicted by a federal grand jury on charges of conspiracy to use weapons of mass destruction. investigators say zazi drove cross country to queens, new york, earlier this month. the federal agents say he was there planning -- planning an attack on the u.s. he insists he was dealing with a coffee cart business he owned. the federal agents say zazi bought a large amount of household chemicals at the beauty supply warehouse in colorado. the chemicals, they say, mixed together could make homemade bombs. the feds b
out -- ken salazar to the senate. in a new majority taking control of the colorado state and senate. by 2006, with the election of two new dynamic meters, governor bill ritter rough colorado and senator john tester of montana, the west had paved the way for one of its favorite sons to become the new majority leader of the united states senate, harry reid. and new mexico as senior citizen jeff bingaman to chair the influential committee of natural resources. max baucus of montana is the chairman of the powerful u.s. senate finance committee. in 2008, bold change rolled forward on stoppable. with tom udall of new mexico, and mark you got joining the united states senate. and our new president, barack obama. >> hello, las vegas. >> new leaders, and new challenge, and a new way of doing business, preserving our western heritage, answering our government meets the new challenges of today and tomorrow, and new vision for the west -- pragmatism, inclusion, conservation, energy independence, and protecting our quality of life. ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the new west. [applause] it is
. thenñit continued with the election of colorado's own ken salazar to the senate. a new majority taking control of the colorado state house and senate. by 2006, with the election of two new dynamic leaders, governor bill ritter of colorado, and senator john tester of montana, the west had paved the way for one of its favorite sons to become the new majority leader of the united states senate. harry reid of searchlight, nevada. and new mexico's senior senator jeff bingaman to chair the committee on natural resources and max bacchus of montana as chair of the powerful finance committee. then again in 2008, bold change rolled forward, unstoppable. with tom udall of new mexico and mark udall of colorado joining and a new president, barack obama. >> hello, las vegas. >> new leaders, a new challenge and a new way of doing business. preserving our western heritage, ensuring our government meets the new challenges of today and tomorrow. a new vision for the west. pragmatism. inclusion. conservation. energy independence. and protecting our quality of life. ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the ne
every night >> coming up on espnews, coors or cable cars, take your pick. we check in on colorado and san francisco in the nl wildcard chase. >> after punching an opponent, oregon's star running back gets suspended for the season. but there is a catch. brett favre didn't take any hits in friday's game, except one big hit to the wallet. and the williams sisters danced their way into the sweet 16 at the u.s. open. espnews now. [closed captioning provided by espn, inc.] >> welcome inside the espnews stiewd yoaz, alongside mike yam, i'm anish shroff. we're here to keep you current. heading into labor day weekend, the wildcard race has yet to be decided. the rockies are leading, but they still have work to do. >> yeah, anish, if you ask any rockies fan, they'll tell you that right now, the postseason every game at this point is crucial for them. colorado actually came in with a one-game lead over san francisco in the wildcard standings, and right now, the diamondbacks are top 3-2. two r.b.i. single in the third, ian stewart was able to get colorado on the board. solo shot was his 21st
recognizes the gentleman from colorado, mr. polis, for 60 minutes. mr. polis: thank you, mr. speaker. mr. speaker, over the last month i have asked my constituents to share their health care stories with me so that i can share them with the nation with regard to how we can improve upon our current health care system and some of the problems that exist many americans every day. one of my constituents from boulder asked her name not be used. when she was 17, she was diagnosed with h.p.v. virus that causes cervical cancer. it wasn't an easy diagnosis to reach. she had the symptoms of a miscarriage, but she wasn't pregnant. that was later verified by the doctors. the only other syndrome that matched her symptoms was cervical cancer. because of her age and the fact that she hadn't been sexually active for long enough to develop lesions, her doctors said it was statistically impossible for her to have them. she said it was most likely a problem with the pill. she returned every day of the week, had exams and was given no information. she continually asked for a test to see if she had cancer or
does the gentleman from colorado rise? mr. coffman: to address the house for one minute. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, so ordered. mr. coffman: the democrats have gone on a spree with americans' money. then came a $400 billion omnibus spending bill followed by a $3.5 trillion budget for the next fiscal year. budget officials predict that this year's deficit will reach an historic level of nearly $2 trillion. money borrowed from our children and our grandchildren. after six months of fiscal irresponsibility, they are now pushing for a government takeover of health care that will grow our national debt and do little to extend quality care to the american people. despite raising more than $800 billion to pay for this plan, we will also go into debt by $239 billion over the next 10 years to pay for it. republicans have a better plan for health care reform, one that does not saddle our children and grandchildren with a mountain of new debt. thank you, mr. speaker. i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yields back the balance of his time. for what purpose does
from their cars as water closed in. >>> a new york city imam and a father and son from colorado are due in court today in a still-unfolding terror plat. najibullah zazi and his father were arrested over the weekend in colorado a thirdment is was arrested in new york. jay larson is from nbc affiliate kusa in denver. what are you learning about the alleged plot? >> reporter: well, here's what the government alleges in some of the court paperwork that it has released publicly. it says that the plot involved using explosive devices that were going to be detonated some place in the united states. now, i did have the opportunity to speak to najibullah zazi, the chief suspect in this possible terror probe that is ongoing. what he told me is he has no ties to terrorist activity. in fact, he told me that nobody in the united states should be at all worried about him. he believes it was just some type of misunderstanding. as you mentioned, he will be in court here 1:30 mountain time, where he will learn the formal charges against him. right now, federal prosecutors have just charged both he and h
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the weather today. >> we're going to take to you woodland park in colorado. why? because guess what happened there yesterday? take this thing full screen and we'll see -- we'll move the camera a little during the day. panning the view, that is snow. snowing in the high country of western colorado. is that a beautiful thing or what? the streets are dry but as you can see at least the sidewalks and some of the trees got a little covering. this morning, they are at 28 degrees. why do i show that you? because our 63 in perry hall, 64 rock hall, not too bad. we got some patchy fog and we'll make it to 77 as fall arrives this afternoon with some spotty showers. not too bad there, kim? >> no. the sight of snow actually makes me cringe. i'm allergic to winter but we don't have problems here. 95, volume starting to build pretty early as you approach the whitemarsh boulevard area making your way down towards the 695/895 split. no problems to let you know about along 695. however, we have some issues still in dundalk, broening highway remains closed at avon avenue. if you're driving a truck, and tryi
show made for a bizarre sight in colorado. a two-time big rig was hoisted up and dangled above a house. crews then dropped the house repeatedly onto the roof of the house. producers were using the truck to simulate the damage 19 inches of snow would cause. >>> two daring brothers in ohio got a disappointing ego check from police. while illegally repelling down the face of a dam, one brother was stranded by the water. rescue crews used a harness. they were cited for criminal trespass. >>> one major fish tale in michigan has given a 9-year-old major bragging rights. the young boy reeled in a 22 pound trout. it qualified him for the title of master angler. not bad for just a few years of fishing experience. >> now for a look at your national and regional weather, here's nbc meteorologist bill karins with the weather channel forecast. good morning, bill. that fish is a third of the size of the boy. >> yeah. i didn't realize the lake trout can get that big. that's very, very impressive. let's talk about how impressive it's been. everybody knows from ohio valley, mid atlantic to the northeas
, the colorado rockies beat cincinnati for their seventh straight win. a garrett atkins homer highlighted colorado's five run third inning. the final rockies 5, reds 1, leaving colorado just two games behind the dodgers in the nl west. >>> and in the american league, angels right hander john lackey threw a five-hit complete game and torii hunter contributed a two run homer as l.a. blanked seattle 3-037. >>> when we return, another look at this morning's top stories and sorting out the rhetoric, a closer look at health insurance company profits. achoo! (announcer) what are you going to miss when you have an allergy attack? achoo! (announcer) benadryl is more effective than claritin at relieving your worst symptoms. and works when you need it most. benadryl. you can't pause life. >>> on the "cbs morning news," here's a look at today's weather. strong storms will be developing across the northern plains. much of the west remains hot and dry. the northeast and deep south will have showers and thunderstorms. >>> here's another look at this morning's top stories. it's the eighth anniversary of
of the battleground. we are in colorado and new mexico and arizona. this is major in terms of the marketplace. this shows that there are 414 counties with 45 million people, 46 million people as of 2007 with 50% that are people with hispanic origin. this is projected into the future, significantly. this will triple by the year 2015. one of the major things that we want to say is that this population is under two-thirds -- two-thirds of the population is under 35. this is a very young population and you will see that this is a group that will be a major part of the economy and the work force, and they will be critical in sustaining the government programs, such as social security. there is a gap in terms of the youth, in nine or 13 years between the latino and the non latino. 50,000 every month are turning 18 years old, and they are eligible to have voting. the widespread message is that they see education for economic advancement and the -- and to the fulfillment of the american dream. this is very important. how do you engage hispanics? this is something that we would like to spend more time
that would be nerve-racking for anyone, but these campers who arrive high up in the colorado rockies already face a major challenge in their lives -- autism. the developmental disorder that affects up to 1.5 million americans. while you might imagine that losing control would be the last thing that the kids need, it is something they embrace with remarkable courage, often succeeding more than they ever imagined. as john donvan now reports. >> consider what it does to the senses, to be in a kayak on the colorado and you hit whitewater. you can't hear anything but the rush. the horizon is all over the place. there's spray in your face, drops, wicked turns, and fear when it seems it's the river in control and not you. in short, it's total sensory overload, total adrenaline rush. but if you have autism like most of the kids in the front seats here, it's overload times 20 or a hundred. that's the point, to take these kids to their limits and then beyond. >> got to be visceral. it's super intense. actually, the more intense it is the better they are on the other end. >> doug gilstrap has been runn
in the southeast. >>> mile-high surprise, the last day of summer brings a taste of winter to colorado. >>> and high score. undercover investigators are caught playing video games during a drug bust. captions paid for by n-universal television >>> hello, and good morning. i'm lynn berry. today we begin with rising waters. the southeast is braci for another round of severe storms today. with entire neighborhoods already submerged in flood waters. at least six people have been killed across the region. as thousands prepare and search for higher ground. nbc's jay gray reports. >> reporter: driving rains continue to fall over the south where storms over the last few days have created dangerous and deadly conditions. some of the worst flooding is in georgia. two drivers were swept off of roadways overrun by water. >> the search right now for a toddler who is believed to have been washed away by storm waters. >> the 2-year-old boy was found too late, died after flood waters ripped through his mobile home. for another family already fighting the floods near atlanta, fire was what ultimately forced them fro
connections. officials confirm that naji, who was visiting from his home in colorado, was under surveillance for ties in colorado. >> of course, i have nothing to do with any al qaeda. and any link with al qaeda. and tomorrow, any question you have, feel free to ask me. >> zazi is from pakistan. he plans to hold a news conference today. >>> now, for this morning's weather from around the nation. stl stormy across the south today, with thunderstorm, heavy rain and ongoing flooding from east texas, and oklahoma to florida. some of the showers extend up the east coast, all the way to new york. heavy downpours and flooding in colorado and new mexico. >> 99 in phoenix. and 99 in boise. highs in the 70s for chicago and detroit. most of the midwest will climb into the 80s. cooler than normal in the northeast. just 61 in boston. 68 in new yorker. and 76 in baltimore. dallas will only get up to 78. and new orleans is 87. >>> coming up on "america this morning," new insight into the bush white house. >>> plus, is the recession really over? the head of the federal reserve goes on the record. >>> plus t
to go faster... ♪ and slower. ♪ elk mountains, colorado. where's yours? 100% natural nature valley granola bars. the taste nature intended. >>> a woman who was childhood friends with jaycee dugard said she had her own scary encount wer possible kidnappers right before dugard went missing 18 years ago. amelia edwards said she actually played with dugard the day before she was kidnapped and the week before dugard disappeared. edwards told her parents that a car with a man and woman inside followed her home from the bus stop. >> i remember hearing the tire tracks pull onto the dirt road behind me and freaked me out and i remember walking faster, hearing the tires go faster, and that made me even more scared and so then i ran home. at 11 years old it was my worst nightmare coming true. my mom stated, you know, it's the boogie man coming to life. >> shortly after jaycee's disappearance edwards start'd pink ribbon campaign to keep hope up that dugard would be found. >>> o.j. simpson will remain behind bars. yesterday the nevada supreme court denied a request to let him out of prison whil
in on colorado and san fran in the wild card chase. after punching an opponent, oregon's star running back gets suspended for the season. but there is a catch. brett favre didn't take any hits in friday's game -- well, except one big hit to the wallet. and, the williams sisters dance their way into the sweet 16 at the u.s. open. espnews coming your way now. ♪ captioning by captionmax >> welcome inside the espnews studios. with mike yam, anish shroff here to keep you current. we head into the labor day weekend with the rockies the wild card leader but plenty of work to do. >> anish, if you talk to colorado rockies fans they'll tell you the postseason is not right now but every game they play is absolutely crucial. heading into play, colorado came with a one-game lead in the wild card standings over san francisco, bottom seven, rockies down 4-2. not any longer. seth smith to center field. he was 4-5 with two doubles. this would score two and tie the game at 4-4. he had seven r.b.i.'s in his last seven games. bottom eighth. still the same score. pinch-hitter jason giambi, the power of the mustac
channel] captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- trace: the colorado man being investigated for trying to blow up new york subways has just admitted he has ties to al qaeda. plus, does iran now have the goods to go nuclear? i'm trace gag gear in for shepard smith. the news starts now. it's a secret report on iran's weapons program. is the nation really ready to build the bomb? now new evidence. >> the president, the national security team have confidence in the information, the assessments that they were given. trace: tonight, we will get to the truth about iran's atomic abilities. trace: first, a fox urgent and word that a colorado man has just confessed. he does have a connection to al qaeda. the fbi has investigated zazi and searched places where he stayed in colorado and new york. earlier this week, we saw surveillance video of one such raid here in the city. investigators believe he may be involved in a potential plot involving homemade bombs. now, a source confirms to fox news, zayzi admits having tes al tied and negotiating pleading toghtd terror charge.
a student goes after his peers. >>> and a terror suspect living in colorado. the fbi thwarts a plot. >>> the first forecast is coming up. >>> an 18-year-old has launched an attack on his high school using an axe and molotov cocktails in germany. when police arrived, the teen came at them with an axe. he has been shot and wounded and is in critical condition. >>> the colorado man at the center of the terror investigation is talking to the fbi today. najibullah zazi has been questioned for eight hours and provided a dna sample. fbi agents have carried away several boxes of documents from his home. zazi has alleged links to al- qaeda. >>> and the obama administration is putting to rest one of the most contentious issues between the united states and russia. the missile was designed to guard iranian missiles originally, but the plan is changing because iran will not focus on long-range missiles. >>> and scientists have been searching for new planets in the solar system for years and have found one. it has been found and there is one big problem. it is a bit hot for humans with the surfa
sospechosos de utilizar a un compaÑero de escuela en el sur de la florida. en colorado un registro policial tuvo lugar en una casa de denver, las autoridades investigan a un hombre. hay un nuevo proyecto de ley sobre la reforma de salud. aquÍ veo sus detalles. en cuarentena se encuentra un centro penitenciario, un nÚmero indeterminado de reclusos contagiado con la influenza perderÍa la causa. >> este es un noticiero univisiÓn Última hora. >> obra teatral muy buenas noches y medida esta ediciÓn de su noticiero univisiÓn, la cifra de asesinatos en el salvador podrÍa acercarse a la Época de la guerra civil, en uno de los mÁs reciente cuatro fuegos un hombre asesinado a golpes, el mal olor inquietÓ a los transeÚntes. >> aterrorizadoscaber a los habitantes de este barrio del sÁbado, las autoridades encontraron el cadÁver de un hombre. entre las vÍctimas, su padre quien vive en los angeles estÁ destrozado con la notitipwókbva poder ir a abrazarlo, no importa cÓmo este darle el Último adiÓs, el Último peso. >> integrantes del mÚsica musical con Único tú cuentes con la s
. have a great night. captions by: caption colorado, llc 800-775-7838 email: comments@captioncolorado.com >> couric: tonight, a new prescription for overhauling health care, this one from a key senate democrat. and it doesn't include a public insurance option. i'm katie couric. also tonight, a t heckling of president obama. a predecessor calls it racism. the murder of a yale grad student. the medical examiner reveals the cause of death, and a man questioned in the case is released-- for now. and a singing star from the '40s makes an incredible comeback in her '90s. >> cheers, everybody. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with katie couric. >> couric: good evening, everyone. tonight, a major step backwards on the rocky road to health care reform. all summer long, the house version of health care reform has been the subject of heated debate on the arab airwaves and at town meetings all across the country. and everyone's been waiting to see if the senate and its bipartisan gang of six could come up with an alternative that both parties could embrac
the edge off tonight with an unlikely guest stopping by a colorado lodge. >> wildlife officials say a black bear broke into the timberline lodge near frasier, colorado yesterday. they think the bear -- after burst through the front doors, the bear found its way to the freezer helping himself to a treat. >> he just tore apart the frame of the door and eventually the way he exited was to break out the window. we were expecting him to come back because that's usually what he does. >> after the snack the bear eventually climbed out the window and amazingly it was caught on tape and he headed back into the woods. >> he knew exactly where he was going. >> it wasn't just a pi of ice cream. it was a freezer full of it. >>> the redskins made their cuts yesterday as you know. today a chance for some of them to return as members of the practice squad. >> but the redskins are always unpredictable. fox 5's dave ross here now with a preview on what's ahead on the geico sports xtra. >> claudia, always unpredictable, kind of like that bear in the window. you just can't figure it out. the red skins, everybo
, political correctness is with us everywhere and perhaps no more so than in colorado. i've had lots of time and energy taking to university of colorado at boulder. i wrote a lot of the literature stuff. i suspect you probably have more stories to tell me than i for you. my mission here today is to build on what bob woodson told you. it is a tough act to follow because i'm speaking about the temporary things. bob was speaking about the enduring values and also the transcendant importance of what we are about on earth. coming down to earth i think i can give you perspective about politics and economics. i can understand if you are pessimistic and shell shocked by the events of the last year. it was a year ago this week that the republican and democratic conventions were held. the democratic convention in denver, a year ago only that barack obama gave that stirring acceptance speech. only a year ago that john mccain picked sarah palin as his running mate. a lot has happened to our economy, to our nation. who would have thought g.m. would be basically government motors and nationalizing everyth
in colorado. those stories and more when we >>> three men linked it what's being called one of the most serious plots since 9/11 were in court today. thorgts say they don't know what the target was or when the attack was supposed to happen but the plot centered on the use of backpack bombs on new york city trains. investigator says najibullah zazi played a direct role in the plot, which ban to unravel after he made a trip to new york a week ago. the fbi says he carried a laptop computer containing bombmaking constructions. zazi's father and a new york muslim cleric named ahmad afzali re arrested. all three were charged with lying to the fbi. afzali's attorney said he's being made a scapegoat. >> the government wants somebody to blame for the fact they vice president caught any terrorists. >> afzali and zazi are being held into a thursday hearing. zazi's father was placed on home confinement. the fbi says more arrests are coming. >>> they were arrested in colorado. following those arrests, federal officials are warning that rail and transit systems should be on alert. the department of h
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. >>> the alleged terror plot, najibullah zazi is being transported from colorado to new york. some of the information is he shopped at beauty supplies to put together the bomb making material. it's been uncovered. there's still discrepancy. the first al qaeda plot against the united states that's been n unfolded since september 11? >> in totality, it looks like a possible realization of our worst fears, the potential to be a home grown terrorist. there are multiple parties involved. we have multiple sources of evidence indicating it was maturing rather rapidly, had been in play for well over a year. could involve simultaneous attacks. they were trained in pakistan and afghanistan. it shows the complexity to which the fbi and homeland security had to deal with. to a certain extent, it's reassuring. i'm not sure we could put this all together september 12, 2001, once president bush said to the fbi you are now the counter terrorism in this country, with this arrest and the arrest in new york, denver, north carolina, dallas, they are doing their job. all though, it's a complexity i'm
, part of a three day book tv weekend tonight on c-span2. >> university of colorado graduate and award winning journalist dave cullen provides a comprehensive account of t shootings at columbine. this is 45 minutes. >> dave cullen, who are eric harris and dylan klebold? >> the two killers at columbine. eric harris was a psychopath and dylan klebold was not. they were completely different people. i spent the 10 years onhis book and i get asked most often, y did they do it? it took me a year to figure out that that is the wrong question, at least in the wrong dirtion. there is why eric harris did it and dylan klebold, they are completely different people. eric harris was a psychopath, classic. he is the mastermind of the plot. he spent a couple years trying to figure out how he could desty the entire world. that was the real fantasy. white out humanity. always believed three fouor five people, for a psychopath, the power of life as well as ath, makes a more powerful, a god, give life, take it away. not delusional enough to think they are god but they are as important as god. the key thi
to celebrate. their historic georgian in denver, colorado, has gone from 3,800 square feet to 6,200. it's a pretty big renovation... a reno that's gonna keep the house looking old and elegant, despite all the new stuff inside, like a totally custom kitchen with cabinets built by hand and don's personal favorite, a basement pub that's getting an awesome brick floor with radiant heat. if the kitchen's cara's, then that's mine. you know, men and their basements, yeah. it's all his. just one little problem with the renovation... mom? yes, ben? when is the house gonna be done? (laughs) when we do want it to be done or when it's really gonna be done? it's running more than a month behind and more than $20,000 over budget. (don) it's hard to see the light at the end of the tunnel 'cause you keep just writing checks. i think after this, don will not spend any more money on the house ever again. as the reno hits six months, the oak floors arrived for the new family room and kitchen, while upstairs, the cabinet guys are working on the master bath and dressing area. oh, that's really cool. and car
radar combined. little bit of snow still in the colorado rockies. above 7000 feet. >> atlanta dry today and they will be dry tonight and a slight chance of a light shower tomorrow. here are the clouds with the front. this is to our south tonight. to keep a chance of the shower in. 84 for the plains. 85 in oakton. downtown mid to upper 80s. pretty good deal. slight chance of a shower. 83 for annapolis. better chance of a shower south and east tomorrow as the front treks away. 86 tomorrow. beautiful on friday. mid-70s. then some rain and showers late saturday. cut the grass on friday. upper 60s. then upper 70s on sunday. we should salvage the back half of the day. briefly warmer again. monday low 80s. maybe a shower. and then, my friends, coolest air of the season. 64 the high for wednesday. >> big change. coach zorn always seems to even keeled. he has got to be feeling this type of pressure. >> he likes to say he stays medium. he might be getting large at this point. at least i would be if i were him. coached 18 games in washington and already the hot seat. what jim zorn's players think
are in court accused of making false statement. at the center of the probe is a 24-year-old colorado man, zazi. zazi's fingerprints were found on materials that investigators say can be used to make explosives. court papers show the man admitted to attending a training camp in afghanistan last year. the main suspect visited earlier this month in what may have been advanced panning for an attack. >>> this morning "washington post" is reporting that the top u.s. commander in afghanistan has warned in a confidential report that the battle against insurgents there will, quote, likely result in failure unless more forces are added to the fight. the report filed by stanley mcchrystal is being reviewed by the president. mcchrystal calls for new insurgency strategy to battle militants and a corrupt central afghan government. the general suggests the mission not be resourced. >>> elsewhere, two less urgent matters, as it always seems, at the emmy awards it was mostly the usual suspects on stage last night. still, there were some surprises. fan favorites may have been ruled, nevertheless some shows fell
wanted business advice? and the two colorado women who are experts at online marketing? bob faw reports from wisconsin. >> reporter: for 900 years, this has been the hallmark, indeed, the passion, of cistercian monks: prayer seven times every day. nearly five hours each day are devoted, says the superior of this abbey, to the solitary pursuit of friendship with god. >> it's really about a relationship with god, and prayer is just the word we give to the conversation and the relationship we have with the divine person. >> reporter: on nearly 600 remote acres in south central wisconsin, even private time, as when brother stephen treat walks the stations of the cross, even that time is spent, he says, lifting his mind exclusively to god. >> the main part of our business is going into that church seven times a day and praising god and praying for the safety and well- being of the world. >> reporter: even when father bernard relaxes with his spanish hotbloods allehandro and tinaco, or with the ordinary bert, there is meditation. >> theirs is about being and about awareness, and there is a qu
ekph@h@tmbz@prvékph@tmb@ desaparecido de colorado springs colorado con sus padres entre el 22 de mayo del 2009 también buscan a sofía juárez de 11 años, desaparecida bajo extrañas circunstancias desde el 4 de febrero del 2003. si tiene información q ayude a encontrar a alguno de estos casos llame al centro nacional de niños desaparecidos. al 180084 # 3. puede solicitar información preventiva en español. más sobre ellos y otros niños perdidos en univisión.com. con la uniclave:primer impacto. >>> hoy en suscita con@píjekph@o de una hispana que entró legalmente a estados unidos. decidió quedarse y enviar su pasaporte a su país natal, para que se lo se yarn como se había regresado. descubrieron lo que hizo y puede perder la oportunidad de perder su estatus. tenemos los detalles del caso. >>> judith pérez es oriunda del perú. su pasaporte dice lo contrario, nunca se ha marchado de estados unidos. >>> tenía la visa por 10 años. pero cuando llego acá a este país. solo me dan estadía por 30 días@ pero peligrosa mi familia y amigos que conocía, me recomendaron, lo mejor es, mandar el pasaporte a perú
is expected in new orleans and miami. 100 in phoenix. a chilly 56 degrees in colorado springs. >>> and coming up from us, a major announcement overnight. an aids vaccine with promising results. something many researchers thought was impossible. >>> across the south, receding waters. but a new problem. thousands of homeowners with no flood insurance. >>> and taking the stand. john travolta, testifies about his late son for the first time. >>> the federal serve says a recovery is under way. after leaving a key interest rate locked at historic lows, the fed says economic activity has picked up, citing a stabilization in consumer spending. encouraged by the recovery, the fed decided to slow down its program intended to prop up the housing market. mortgage rates are expected to remain low. >>> despite those bullish remarks, stocks fell yesterday. the dow fell 81 points, closing at 9748. the nasdaq lost nearly 15 points to close at 2131. markets we opened in japan, after a holiday. with tokyo's nikkei average climbing 1.7% today. hong kong's hang seng is lower. and in london, the ftse opened lower.
. >>> the attorney general says that a colorado man is looking for urgent help to make explosives. he was indicted on a charge of conspiracy to use weapons of mass destruction. he plotted to detonate homemade bombs and had recently bought ingredients with stolen credit cards. counter-terrorism agents said that commuter trains might have been the target. >>> massachusetts have is a new interim senator. they chose paul kirk. he worked on kennedy's staff for eight years. he is also the executor of the kennedy's will. >>> i huge mortgage fraud bust with 20 people. we're joined live from springfield with what led police to these suspects. >> is very surprising it people in this community and palms like the one behind me, it could be up to 200 pieces of property. the owners were committing mortgage fraud. the biggest mortgage fraud case in the county history started with trash and traffic. neighbors started to complain. >> the person had converted the living room into a bedroom. that they had a multiple cars. >> of the trash problem called a wide-ranging criminal conspiracy or a mastermind bought up doz
miles to the east of where we are now, there's a haze hanging over downtown denver, colorado. you can barely see the skyline. forget about the mountains in the distance. where is the smoke coming from? most of it is originating right here, this huge fire zone in southern california being carried by the winds east across the kucountry and the city of l angeles continues to report smoke from these fires. when "nightly news" continues on this tuesday evening from southern california, a college coping with a possible swine flu outbreak and president obama warns americans about the challenges ahead when flu season really gets under way. >>> later, we have been talking about the lack of wind, the up tick in humidity. will fire crews here get the help they need to bring the fire under control? al roker is here. he'll be with us with his forecast, coming up. if you're still one of the guys who's going over and over... going urgently... waking up to go... it's time to do what lots of guys everywhere have already done-- go see your doctor, because those could be urinary symptoms due to bph, an
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